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Airport Privatization and Escalating Costs
Recently we have stepped up our efforts to amplify the growing frustration that our members feel with respect to escalating costs at airports that have been privatized. It's what travelers, local communities and national economies deserve.
19 March 2018
The Business of Freedom
We often speak about the business benefits that aviation makes possible—generating jobs and economic growth. But the massive movement of people for the year-end holiday period is no less a critical contribution of aviation.
28 December 2017
Curbing Unruly Behavior Onboard
The release of our statistics on unruly passengers is perennially one that garners much attention. I suppose that the popularity is related to the vast numbers of people who fly—they have a personal interest in the story.
22 December 2017
The Need for Reform
We are headed for an infrastructure crisis. Many of the world’s airports are operating at or beyond their design capacity.
22 December 2017
On the Necessity of Slot Coordination
The story of how airport slots are allocated is not a simple one. The biggest complicating factor is that there are too few slots to go around.
21 December 2017
Meeting Ever-growing Air Travel with Quality Infrastructure
We expect 4.3 billion passengers to board planes next year. That’s 230 million more than in 2017. The industry has the planes ready to do the job. But the pressure on global infrastructure is immense.
14 December 2017
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